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Apple has updated the Final Cut Pro for Mac and iPad in order to introduce the support for iPhone 15.

The Cupertino giant rolled out the update on Tuesday, noting how the users of the app can “take advantage of the flexibility and dynamic range of log-encoded video shot on iPhone 15 Pro.”

Aside from this, the professional non-linear video-editing application received the following Mac updates:

  • Enhance the look of footage shot on popular Fujifilm, DJI, and ARRI cameras using new log profiles.
  • Fixes an issue that could cause Motion templates to not respond to the Opacity setting.

Aside from an update for the Mac version of the app, the iPhone maker also introduced an update to Final Cut Pro for iPad:

Final Cut Pro for iPad 1.2 includes the following enhancements:

  • Take advantage of the flexibility and dynamic range of log-encoded video shot on iPhone 15 Pro.
  • Enhance the look of footage shot on popular Fujifilm, DJI, and ARRI cameras using new log profiles.
  • Choose from 25 new soundtracks that dynamically adjust to fit the length of your project.
  • Enable and disable clips to quickly compare your edit with and without them.
  • Easily select and reposition keyframes using touch or Apple Pencil.
  • Pinch to quickly resize clips in the browser.

New keyboard shortcuts:

  • Enable and disable clips using the keyboard shortcut V.
  • Import media from Photos using the keyboard shortcut Command-I; import media from Files using the keyboard shortcut Shift-Command-I.
  • Export your project using the keyboard shortcut Command-E.
  • Unrate browser clips using the keyboard shortcut U.

For more information about the app, click here.

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